SAVE THE DATES
Congratulations! The Big Day is ready to be announced. But where to begin? The first step is finalizing your guest list to make sure every couple, family or friend gets their wedding save the dates. Depending on if it is a destination wedding, private party or local gathering, you want to give your guests time to mark their calendars ASAP. Pick the perfect save the date postcard or wedding card that fits your personality and gets your guests ready to celebrate. We have a wide variety of styles that are timeless and classic, bold and bright, romantic and floral, that speak to your customized save the date.
Wondering what to put on your save the date? Try our suggestions below:
-You and Your Partner’s Name
-The date of your wedding + wedding events
-The city or town where wedding + events will take place
-Your wedding website (Try adding the QR Code in place of a photo!)
-"Formal invitation to follow"
If you want a custom wedding save the date that makes the moment, explore our exclusive collection. We have coordinating wedding invitations and RSVP cards. Choose to mix and match designs, add extra flair and DIY additional accents. Paper Source is your destination for everything you need to plan your new beginnings and happy ending.
Frequently Asked Questions About Save the Date Cards
When should I send out Save the Dates?
Save the Dates are typically sent out 6 to 12 months before the wedding to give family and friends enough time to clear their schedules.
How should I address Save the Dates?
Save the Dates should be addressed to either the family, the individual person invited, or the full couples name that is invited. Save the Dates should be addressed the same way your wedding invitations will be addressed to avoid confusion about who is invited or not.
Do you put RSVP on save the dates?
No, RSVP’s are not added to save the dates as they are sent out primarily as a heads up to guests to clear their schedule. Wedding invitations will be sent out closer to the date for a final head count & RSVP.